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MrStinky

January 27, 2015 9:14 AM

MotoGP » PICS: Aegerter starts 'Kawasaki' MotoGP test


LaughingGas: amakusa what are you talking about. They can do as they please the fact they are Kawasaki Heavy industries ( shipping, trains, bikes, energy robotics) and many more says they can do as they please. They're not short of cash or resources.
I disagree with you. Prototype motorcycle racing isn't something they seem keen to sink a fistful of yen into.

MrStinky

January 10, 2015 2:25 AM

MotoGP » Amazing Marquez ‘rides MotoGP like dirt track’


Brain:
sandplasma: If electronics were not as prevalent as they are today I guarantee you would see a very different crowd in front. Its unfortunate that raw talent has to take a backseat to good electronics engineers.
And who exactly is it that you think is being hindered the most by electronics ?
Perhaps he's saying that the top teams can afford better electronics and electronic engineers, and that talented riders in the back of the field have no way of even getting close to the front. So even when they run 'control' electronics, the top teams will still have the edge in manipulating whatever parameters can be altered.


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